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Old 05-08-19, 10:25 AM   #1
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A lot of lucky bag driving license holders on the road today. Pulled up at some temporary lights on red at some road works and the moron behind me pulled out and overtook me. Later on the same journey another moron on a relatively straight stretch of road and traveling towards me decided he needed all the road for his micro car. Only just managed to pull onto the right side of the road before we collided.

Makes you wonder how strict the driving test was when they took it, that's assuming they did pass their test.
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Old 05-08-19, 10:46 AM   #2
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Hi..yep cant agree more ...I've always felt that the Instructors teach pupils how to pass the test and let then rip when passing...back in the good days i was a voluntary 'BMF' motorcycle instructor but we alwys took pupils out in rain, heavy traffic,and at night all for free as we wanted safe riders...something I doubt happens with any insruction today...perhaps more traffic cops are needed..you can submit 'dashcam' evidence as well...stay carefull...nod
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Old 05-08-19, 08:39 PM   #3
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We are in the era of the ME FIRST generation. Anything that might cause the slightest inconvenience, or delay your headlong rush to the next traffic bottleneck, is not to be tolerated.
You want to join from a side road?, well you just pull out in front of approaching traffic so nobody can move until someone lets you out.
Use turn signals or get in the correct lane?, that's for pussies and morons.
I am the most important person on the road, everyone else must give way to my wishes, particularly if I don't make it clear what I want to do.....

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I have to agree, seems that they are a hurry, and instead of leaving earlier and driving safely, they drive like total <insert expletive here>!

I drive about 20 miles each way to work and back, and most days see some total pillock doing something stupid. And the amount of people that have a phone stuck against their ear is amazing, or those who keep looking at their crotch so you know they are texting!
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I couldn't agree more. The standard of driving here in Devon, is shocking. I often wonder if the new tests or instructors are fit for purpose. Or perhaps its just the mindset of the Snowflake generation!
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